Could you think of a better place for the EMIM rather than the “CITY of SCIENCE”?
The programme will be continiously updated.
On behalf of the President, the entire Board, and Committees, it is with pleasure to invite you to Göttingen, Germany for the 16th European Molecular Imaging Meeting: the EMIM 2021.
We aim to provide as many of you, who are able, allowed, and enthusiastic to come to Goettingen, with a vital platform to finally meet in-person again.
We continue our planning for an exclusive in-person meeting. Even if likely that we face certain restrictions, we are optimistic that an on-site meeting will be possible end of summer – no virtual or hybrid options are foreseen.
The programme will be continiously updated – currently Parallel & Poster Sessions are already filled with abstracts.
It is with honour and delight that the Opening Lecture will be delivered by Stefan W. Hell, director at the Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry in Göttingen and recipient of the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 2014. With the invention of the STED (Stimulated Emission Depletion) microscopy experimentally realized by Stefan W. Hell in 1999, he has revolutionized light microscopy.
He gave a Plenary Lecture within the scope of the 8th EMIM back in 2013 in Torino and we are already looking forward to an update!
- 22 July | Presenter Guidelines are out
- 20 July | Update Registrations & Restrictions
- 9 July | Update on venue & travel
- 30 June | Call for late-breaking submissions
- 17 June | Launch of online programme
- 3 August | early Registration Deadline
- 22 July | notifications to (late-breaking) presenters
- 30 Jun. – 6 Jul. | Call for late-breaking Submissions
- 10 June | Notification to Presenters
- 4 May | 1st Abstract Deadline